Samos is a mesmerizing island located in the eastern Aegean Sea in Greece. Known for its stunning landscapes and rich history, Samos attracts visitors from all over the world. 

Samos has a rich historical background dating back to ancient times. It was home to several ancient civilizations, including the Mycenaeans, Persians, and Romans. The island is famous for being the birthplace of the mathematician and philosopher Pythagoras.

There are plenty of activities to enjoy in Samos. Beach lovers can relax on the golden sands of Potami, or Tsamadou beach. History buffs can visit the Site of the Heraion, an ancient temple dedicated to the goddess Hera.

Additionally, Samos is renowned for its delicious cuisine, with fresh seafood and local delicacies being a highlight of any visit. The island also produces its own wine, which visitors can sample at one of the many wineries.

Whether you’re seeking relaxation, adventure, or a cultural experience, Samos has something to offer every traveler. 

Through Samos International Airport (SMI) located 17km southwest of Vathi Port and 36km souheast of Karlovasi Port.

From Athens International Airport (ATH) (Duration 50 min), Thessaloniki International Airport (SKG) as well as other airports in Greece .

Samos International Airport (SMI) also connects with airports in other countries in Europe .

From Piraeus Port (Duration 9 hours), as well as other islands of the North Aegean daily such as Samos, Chios, Lemnos and Ikaria, as well as Kalymnos, Kos, Leros, Patmos, Agathonisi and Mykonos with daily itineraries during the summer season .

Samos has three ports, Pythagorio, Vathi and Karlovasi, and most ferries connect with Vathi and Karlovasi .

Samos also connects daily through Pythagorio (Duration 90 min) and Vathi (Duration 45 min) with the port of Kusadasi in Turkey .


Beaches To Explore
Samos Potami(?)
Activities To Enjoy